Here, the legendary president of EB Films discusses the 'unique contribution' of educational film to curriculum and learning. The film is geared toward instructors, and provides examples of mediated instructional techniques from filmmakers such as Roman Vishniac and John Barnes.
Run time 30 min.Producer Encyclopedia Britannica Films, Inc.Production Company Permission to display this film was granted by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.Sponsor Charles BentonAudio/Visual sound, color
October 6, 2008
Another copy of this film is on the archive
There is another print of this EB film in the Prelinger Archives, in two parts:
Makes obvious the nature of older film in losing its coloration. Using software I have been able to somewhat "fix" older footage, but once a given color tone is completely gone, it cannot be fixed. In the case of this print, the yellow is almost completely gone. I'm glad there's a better quality print to compare it to. This also explains the urgency to save old fims before they become too faded out.